Last Monday, RCHS students who attend the Lake Cumberland Area Technology Center competed in the Region 11 SkillsUSA Competition at Pulaski County Area Technology Center. Through SkillsUSA, students are granted the opportunity to improve the quality of our nation’s future skilled workforce through the development of personal, workplace and technical skills grounded in academics.
According to teacher and Club Sponsor Larry Huckaby, “Students who attend the LCATC have worked hard to earn the privilege to attend the Region 11 Competition. The 2019 Region Competition yielded great results, as many of our students advanced to state in April. We are very proud of everyone and excited to see them compete and the state level.”
Here is a rundown of LCATC results. We are proud of our students!
1st Place in Automated Manufacturing: Jordan Polston
1st Place in Automated Manufacturing: Kobe Overby
1st Place in Automated Manufacturing: Wallace Johnson
1st Place in CNC Turning Specialist: Zach Roby
1st Place in Automotive MLR: Jayson Daniel
1st Place in Electrical Construction Wiring: Logan Simpson
1st Place in Robotics and Automation: Stephen Albrecht
1st Place in Robotics and Automation: Austin Wright
1st Place in Transportation Tool Identification: Kane Thompson
3rd Place in Welding: Isaac Johnson